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very much, the united states coast guard sherman. [applause] >> next in our lineup is from canada, her majesty's canadian ship, algonquin. please stand and salute her majesty's ship algonquin. thank you. please be seated. her majesty's ship is an air destroyer of the pacific fleet and one of three remaining tribal destroyers. built in the early 1970's, she was refitted in the early 1990's with sophisticated air weapon systems and advanced communication systems. algonquin is equipped with weapons that make it highly capable war platform. a vertical launch system fitted for 29 standard sm 2, 3 alpha surface to air missiles. three torpedoes and a weapons system. commanded by commander lauren hartel, the advanced capability and extra accommodations make it well suited to serve as the flag ship of the canadian pacific. algonquin has a draft of 4.7 meters. her displayment is of that 5100 tons. she was commissioned in quebec, canada by davy ship building in 1973. since that time, she participated in multiple international operations. she was off the coast of yugoslav yugoslavia, she acted as
is of that 5100 tons. she was commissioned in quebec, canada by davy ship building in 1973. since that time, she participated in multiple international operations. she was off the coast of yugoslav yugoslavia, she acted as joint task force 151. this is canada's campaign against terrorism, which is equal to the united states' enduring freedom. she is named >> the algonquin people from the great lakes region meaning at the place of spearing fish and eels. which is fitting because of anti-submarine capability. the algonquin can serve two helicopters of sea king type with medium range capabilities. these aircraft have been modified to carry out their role in anti-submarine ware fare. at this time, please stand up and salute algonquin. >> thank you. please be seated. her sea king helicopters are used to build awareness of maritime environment. her helicopters are equipped with variable depth tone, radar for surface search and all weather conditions and has capabilities as such. the ch1 alpha aircraft is able to detect submarines and can vary two mark six submarine missiles. thank you, ladies and gent
" i think that we are inspiring the world. ♪ >> we've inspired canada. this is the canadian tourism board. ♪ get these urgencies to travel ♪ >> the tourism asked them to send their favorite images, best images of exploring canada. you see roller coaster, wild animals. you see whales. you see mountain biking. you see white water rafting, you see -- >> sasquatch? >> no. >> i'm sure there's a lot of people who incorrectly this canada is all ski and hockey. this video shows there's a ton mo. real people periencingn hrawi. >> it's like they were sitting around watching, great viral video, some got to be coming out of canada. we could make people want to come to canada! >> 65 hours of footage. 8,206 entries. 82 winners. one inspiring video, which is their main commercial. >> you go to, keep exploring dot canada dot travel and the you can see others sent in by canadians exploring their it great land. >> everybody had a great time doing this, and friendly to each other filming the videos, because canadians are just the friendliest. >> a pitch for canada today. >> i love canada! >>> well
this holiday season. he was arrested in canada for lying and telling kids that santa claus doesn't exist. 24-year-old man walked the parade route in ontario saying "santa's not for real." >> stephen: nation, this story sickens me. this canadian grinch just let the cat out of the bag. or, as they say in canada, the beaver out of the beaver pelt satchel. (laughter) they've got a lot of beavers up there. it's actually something of a problem. (laughter) but what can i say? there's no point denying it anymore: there is no santa claus (audience reacts) in canada. (laughter) okay? (cheers and applause) down here he's real, okay? and he brings toys to all the good girls and boys-- just not in canada. (laughter) sometimes he flies over canada on his way to america from the north pole and occasionally he'll stop at a tim horton's so his reindeer can use the bathroom. (laughter) word to the wise: don't go in after donner, okay? (laughter) there's a reason his name is german for "thunder." (laughter) but he doesn't stop in canada. i mean, think about it. a flying bearded man delivering toys all over the
system and save billions of dollars per year just gone it and with the same or better outcomes. canada's prime minister says he thinks reasonable people in washington will find solutions to the so-called fiscal clip. prime minister steven "harper's" comments came in in the form of business leaders and candidates. [applause] much [speaking in native tongue]us. >> thank you very much. it's an honor to have you again. us me explain for all of here how this is going to work. we have been here since 10:00 this morning have had a packed . this might be the highlight. here is what we will do -- i have a few questions i would like to ask the prime minister. we appreciate you doing this format. i think this is more fun. >> i appreciate you having us here. >> i will ask a few questions. if you have questions, when we get to that point, i will acknowledge you. i will ask you to identify yourself. put your question in the form of the question. ask something that he has already answered. you need no introduction. the contact is that prime minister harper has governed during a point in history that
to withdraw most combat troops by the end of 2014. >>> a major snowstorm slamming canada. residents digging out after several feet of snow, and more could be on the way. a lot nicer in our area. sunny and warm today, but it is i we -- is winter weather on the way here? chuck bell will have your >>> dc united! >> soccer fans came out to spend their sunday cheering for dc united. this afternoon they took on the houston dine mynamo. big crowd packed the irish whiskey bar. the team's first trip to the eastern conference final since 2006, and i think fans are just a little bit excited. >> if you look around at this crowd right now, the city is ready to go. the boys are ready to go. we're looking for a win. we cup to stay in d.c. >> we have the best team and they deserve to win tonight. they deserve the cup. i wish i could be at the game live, but since i can't, i'm here with the best supporters ever. >> it sounds like they are at the game. the two teams square off again next weekend. the team that scores the most goals beten the two games moves to the championship. >>> to the weather now, big do
] >> that was the foreign minister of indonesia. i now give the floor to his excellency, the minister of canada. >> mr. president, canada opposes this resolution and the strongest of terms because it undermines the core foundations of a decade-long commitment to the international community and the parties themselves to its two state solution. we understand a final resolution remains elusive, canada has opposed unilateral action by both sides to be unhelpful. we do not believe that unilateral measures taken by one site can be justified by accusations of unilateralism directed at the other. that approach can only result in the steady erosion of the very foundations of a process which while incomplete holds the only realistic chance to bring about two peaceful and prosperous states living side- by-side as neighbors. canada's support for a negotiated settlement is rooted in the very history of this venerable organization and in the sustained and national effort to resolve this matter. canada was proud to be one of the countries preparing the blueprints for peace as part of the 1997 un special committee on
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on an increasingly endangered planet, from the glaciers of antarctica to the rich prairie lands of canada. and the ultimate disaster may be financial as well as environmental. later in this episode, scott pelley reports from antarctica on the wide-ranging effects of global warming. and later bob simon has a story from canada on the environmental damage caused by the next great oil rush. but our first story involves a controversial waste product that could have damaging effects on the environment. there are more than 600 coal-fired power plants generating electricity in the u.s., and those plants produce 130 million tons of waste called coal ash. it contains concentrations of mercury, arsenic, lead, and other toxic materials. and as lesley stahl first reported in 2009, when coal ash is dumped into wet ponds--and there are more than 500 of those across the country-- the result can have an enormous health risk on the people living in nearby communities. >> we get about 48%, nearly half of the electricity in this country from coal. >> jim roewer is one of the top lobbyists for the power indus
. during that period, canada's banks was declared the sun is in the world. no canadian banks failed. while we were having our lehman moment. forbes magazine declared canada as the best place on earth to do business. that is pretty good. let me get to the first question. some observers from canada who are having insight into your thinking have opined that in the last four years obama "at canada." "lost cananade." da." >what is the state of the relationship? >> i disagree. i said it is an important relationship as canadians with the united states. one of the best thing this country has it is neighborhood. i was talking to prime minister netanyahu. [indiscernible] we have the united states on one side. it is the best neighbor you can have. we are fortunate it is the responsibility of canada to have as good a relationship we can while protecting our relationship with the u.s. with president obama, we are embarking on an unprecedented exercise an effort at further integration and selling of the border. this is important for both countries. i not agreebama and i on everything. these countries a
continue to stand as we proudly present you the singing of the canadian national anthem. oh, canada, our home and native land ♪ true patriot love in all thigh son's command ♪ with glowing hearts see see thee rise. from far and wide, oh, canada. we stand on god for thee. god keep our land. glorious and free. oh, canada, we stand on god for thee. oh, canada, we stand on god for thee ♪ [applause] >> thank you, ladies and gentlemen. please take your seats. mayor lee, vice admiral beman, major general spies casy
national anthem. oh, canada, our home and native land ♪ true patriot love in all thigh son's command ♪ with glowing hearts see see thee rise. from far and wide, oh, canada. we stand on god for thee. god keep our land. glorious and free. oh, canada, we stand on god for thee. oh, canada, we stand on god for thee ♪ [applause] >> thank you, ladies and gentlemen. please take your seats. mayor lee, vice admiral beman, major general spies casy doyle. welcome to the city of san francisco fleet week. the city of san francisco ed lee supports the city services and recognizes that san francisco plays a key role in honoring our troops and families during this 2012 fleet week. on behalf of vice admiral beman, we proudly welcome you today. >> the 2012 san francisco fleet week is a city and county event produced and executed by the san francisco fleet week association in conjunction with commander, u.s. navy third athlete, gerald beman and the united states marine corps major general spie s. the association is comprised of 12 board of directors, all of whom are volunteers. the chairman, major g
. it is all about what is good for canada. it is getting land-locked canadian crude out of alberta and to a coast. 75% of the record -- >> canada is an ally? where is that bad? first of all, oil is oil, right? oil is oil. it helps them, it helps us. jobs are jobs. helps them out. but i didn't like your reference to canada. canada is america's greatest ally and friend. we should work together on energy. what in -- what is -- imaginabye what could be bad about working with canada? >> the issue isn't about what is bad working with canada. the question is what is good for american energy security and gas prices. and the keystone pipeline is sending that oil to the gulf coast where it is refined for product outside of the united states. the united states over the last 12 months already exported a record 3 1/2 million barrels of oil and refined product a day. >> that's extremely misleading. >> it isn't. >> they are. we cannot use them, that's why we export them. ken green, let me go to you. >> yes. >> this pipeline will get all kinds of gas, all kinds of oil to be refined to the east coa
thanksgiving in 140 years that have had 60 degree temperatures. arctic air is pulling back into canada and even this area covered by snow has been decreasing dramatically. we're down to 17 percent of the u.s. under snow. we had about one-third of the country covered with snow earlier in the week. so we're pushing the arctic air back up into canada. none of the twenties or teens or sub zero readings that were up in canada today, we're told that the yukon river has frozen over for the first time this season as winter takes hold up there. and the cold air denoted in the blue and white is gone for the rest of this week, here is the forecast on monday. that's pretty nice. in the meantime here is the trouble scenario on the east coast. look how open we are in this three day rain forecast. heavy snow in the mountains we are talking about five-6 ft. of snow in british columbia and canada and the pacific northwest. you will be scraping frost out if your car is outside i suspect in many locations tomorrow morning mostly sunny tomorrow, mild and pc. fair hazy and chile tomorrow night and of winds that t
said if their candidate lost the election, they would be moving to canada. that was some of the folks promises out there. let me give you the quickest and direct route to canada. take highway 75 northbound, northbound up through kansas, past kansas city. when you get into omaha -- >> yes, yes. >> i love it. >> isn't that great? we watched on tuesday night as people all over the world celebrated obama's re-election but not everyone is excited. you saw lots of folks threatening to move to canada and this guy was helping them out. >> you don't like democracy, here's the road a few hundred miles, take a passport. >> go north. that was pretty funny. >> first time i've seen this. i'm sure they got a big response from people not happy about the map. >>> let's go to the university of mississippi and the reaction here not as funny. students accused of using racial epithets and chanting after the president's win was announced. the university said the crowd reached 400 people at its peak. before university police, quote, forcibly dispersed the crowd, of course. >> apparently they were running ob
. up to canada now. getting farther away. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] combine the pnc cashbuilder visa credit card with a qualifying pnc performance select checking account and earn 75% more than cards earning 1% cash back on almost everything. >> baltimore city police are investigating three shooters. an adult male was shot ahead of the 5300 block of carriage court. no word on his condition. we do not have a possible suspect or motive yet. an hour earlier, an adult male was shot on the 1000 block of north broadway in east baltimore. detectives also say in another case, a man walked into an area hospital with gunshot wound to his arm. >> more than 500 maryland residents were victimized by these to gain access to their back -- bank accounts to area atms. >> tonight david explains to was responsible and how the scam worked. >> there is a checks that bounced. another check bounced. >> panic stricken, she called her bank. she is on disability in keep track of every cent she gets. >> i was scared. i said what is going on here. >> around the same time, stewart got a call from his bank that p
, the british government chose mark conte, the head of central bank of canada, to become -- mark carney, the head of the central bank of canada to become the chief of the bank of england. is the first time a non-britt has become the leader. britain is not alone in struggling through tough financial crises. next month, the u.s. will face another crisis that will test the ability of politicians to get things done. barring action by congress, americans will be forced through a series of automatic tax increases and spending cuts at the end of this year. it is what is known here as falling off the fiscal cliff. despite warnings, the global consequences -- and the global consequences of falling off that cliff, can washington he managed -- can washington manage it? thank you for joining me. the markets are looking in america and wondering whether politicians will be able to avoid this fiscal cliff. are things headed that way? but i think eventually they will. the good news -- >> i think eventually they will. the good news is that it is more like a fiscal beach. it is not like the debt ceiling.
. according to the canadian broadcasting corporation, fox in canada are ootranged about my chapter of energy where i say "before we can harness geothermal power we have to take the planet's temperature with a geothermometer and i have no idea where the earth's rectum is." (cheers and applause) and the footnote reads "windsor, canada." (laughter and applause) okay, now don't get them a twist canucks. that's a misquote. the footnote actually reads "windsor, canada?" question mark! it's a question. as a journalist, it's my job to ask these probing questions. could the earth's rectum be windsor? i don't know. it could just as easily be winnipeg. (laughter) besides, okay, this could be a net positive for windsor. just look at this actual poll at the bottom of the canadian broadcasting corporation's article. "is stephen colbert's description of windsor as the earth's rectum good or bad for the city?" (laughter and applause) this is true. as of this taping the results are 76.64% good and 23% bad. (cheers and applause) apparently the earth's rectum is an improvement over windsor's previous reputatio
. it was world war ii. during that period, canada's banks was declared the sun is in the world. no canadian banks failed. while we were having our lehman moment. forbes magazine declared canada as the best place on earth to do business. that is pretty good. let me get to the first question. some obserrs from canada who are having insight into your thinking have opined that in the last four years obama "at canada." "lost cananade." da." >what is the state of the relationship? >> i disagree. i said it is an important relationship as canadians with the united states. one of the best thing this country has it is neighborhood. i was talking to prime minister netanyahu. [indiscernible] we have the united states on one side. it is the best neighbor you can ve. we are fortunate it is the responsibility of canada to have as good a relationship we can while protecting our relationship with the s. with presidentbama, we are embarking on an unprecedented exercise an effort at further integration and selling of the border. this is important for both countries. i not agreebama and i on everything. these countr
this great circulation in the atmosphere from canada all the way down to the carolinas and northwesterly flow swinging around the center of circulation and the remnants of sandy moving slowly to the north and weakening. we're getting a few isolated sprinkles out in southwestern pennsylvania. one little batch of slight snow in garrett county, got hammered with a couple of feet of the heavy, wet snow. thousands without power in western maryland and parts of west virginia. partly cloudy sky. mostly clear east of washington and around the chesapeake bay. all of the areas in dark blue in the cold 30s. need your winter coat this morning, and the winds picking up. we're talking windchill later this morning. low 40s, a light blue, reagan national at 43. storm team 4, hour by hour, winds increasing, near 50 by noon. mid afternoon, the mid 50s. sunrise, 7:37. sunset, 6:06. and sunset, right back down into the upper 40s to near 50 degrees. winds dim ishing a bit tonight. and daniela with a look at traffic now. >>> good morning, first alert traffic. start along i-270. travel up, travel lanes are open. a
air pushing up and bumping into warm air in canada -- the stuff at the great lakes is all this warm air pushing up and bumping into warm air in canada. above normal temperatures. 32 below this morning. -- 32 this morning. a few areas of fog overnight as temperatures drop off. 48. centreville, 49. randallstown, 45. mount airy, 47. frederick, 37 degrees. satellite images. most of the clouds are in pennsylvania now. a nice, clear night. that allows the temperatures to drop. high temperature -- high- pressure is with us. an influx of warmer air coming in. but along the boundary, we are getting showers. this cold out -- cold front out to the west, that is what will change our weather by tuesday or so. you can see the rush of warm air ahead of that front and how cold it is in montana. 7 degrees right now. here is how forecast. 39-45 tonight. mostly clear skies. the winds generally calm. a patch of fog or two. tomorrow, 65-70. lots of sunshine. about conditions. good for veterans day. good for football. the football forecast is wonderful. southeast winds at 5-10 mph. the bay, winds will be
the reason why it is so- called right now. this air mass came from canada. you know how cold canada is. all the cold air continues to pushes -- continues to push in. stationary air off the coast producing showers near the carolinas. unfortunately that means a -- could be a quite active pattern as we headed to next week as people will be busy traveling to their destination. and this takes a dip by early next week. what that usually means, especially along the coast, it could start to form a coastal storm. this is the pattern you need to get that. that is what we have to watch. will this help form the storm along the coast but something to watch out for a long the seven- day. temperatures will be quite cold once again. upper 30's downtown but low 20s as you step outside the city with mostly clear skies. that takes us to the seven-day forecast. a few clouds tomorrow. 54 on friday with partly sunny skies. we will have to keep an eye on that for all of the travelers. >> in today's medical alert, a house commerce subcommittee held a meeting about the deadly meningitis outbreak that started with t
canada. the center of circulation still spinning 500 miles away from us, but we're still feeling thefects -- the effects of a few passing sprinkles. the system dragging down some cold air from northern canada and bringing it all the way down here. these areas in dark blue are in the 30s. in fact, it's at or below freezing still where the heaviest snow fell in west virginia and in western maryland. around the metro area, a few pockets of 30s in southern maryland, but all above freezing. there will be a chill in the air. maybe a sprinkle this morning. a lot of cloudiness through noontime. highs reaching mid 50s. i'm back in ten minutes with another update. here's danella now with your traffic. >> still starting with the rails because orange line is still slow. power outage outside of west falls church metro station causing delays all the way to new carrollton. vre looks nice and clear with no reported delays. looping around to the wilson bridge, in both directions, you're accident-free. volume not too bad just yet. over to i-95, it is slow. as you make your way northbound, even in the hov l
, maybe not. but how many times have you heard someone say if so-and-so wins, i'm moving to canada. oh, yeah. we're going to live to our maybe in the north to even see whether or not they want us there. or that printing in color had to cost a fortune. nobody said an all-in-one had to be bulky. or that you had to print from your desk. at least, nobody said it to us. introducing the business smart inkjet all-in-one series from brother. easy to use, it's the ultimate combination of speed, small size, and low-cost printing. try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. >>> you hear the conversation every four years. u.s. residents with the age-old adage, if candidate x wins, i'm moving to canada. it is a sentiment that's been thrown around by republicans and democrats alike. what exactly does canada have that the u.s.
tomorrow. and then we have another system moving along the u.s./canada border spreading rain in the north dakota and south dakota. and snow showers in central canada. the system will continue to head towards the east and affect the western great lakes region on tuesday. we have a high pressure system over the great lakes region at this moment. this is a very troublesome system because it's dragging in colder air from the north. so temperatures are quite chilly for this time of year. we'll show the figures in this time of year. and it's forcing another low pressure system over the lower mississippi river valley moving along the eastern seaboard. right now this system producing severe weather. this system will be moving along the eastern seaboard. that means the east coast of the u.s. which was devastated by superstorm sandy will see another -- will see stormy conditions once again from tuesday night into your thursday. so further coastal erosion and coastal flooding are going to be a potential. and on top of that, again very cold air is blanketing much of the northeastern section of the co
to put food safety first. >> the easing of the ban will also apply to beef imports from canada, france and the netherlands. >>> japan's latest key economic indicator fell in september for the sixth straight month. a decline in global demand is a primary reason. the cabinet office said on tuesday that the coincident index dropped 2.3 points from august to 91.2. that's against a base of 100 for the year 2005. the index tracks the current state of the economy and reflects activities like employment and industrial output. the decline was a result of the global economic slowdown and falling car production that followed the end of government subsidies for buyers of ecofriendly cars. cabinet officials changed their assessment of the economy from weakening to signaling a possible turning point. they indicate there is a possibility that the economy may have started slowing down. they said they will remain cautious about a further slowdown in other major economies. >>> a government survey had found more than a third of japan's university graduates are not working full-time. that's despite a high
of the institute for citizenship and disabilities, she became a recognized expert in canada. for developing social networks, social innovation, citizenship, and turning around the world of those that are disabled. she is the founder and ceo of of the personal network. she has been focusing her skills best to deliver personal networks,, she has done a tremendous amount of things. she has done so many things, i need a calculator to add them all up. the idea is that she is an expert on building personal networks and coming up with things that will work for you that will change your lives. give a warm welcome to vicki camack. [applause] >> good morning, everyone. what an amazing venue to hold this event, i have already seen a wedding here. i thought that only happened in movies. what an incredible city that you live in. the division of people who are putting something together where san francisco will be the most connected city in the world. the force behind what they are putting together, when they talk about connections for everyone, they really mean everyone. there are true inspiration for me, fell
out and it's across the border into canada. the cool air flows from the great lakes to the southeast. here's a look and a little bit of snow mixing in the high country in pittsburgh heading into the mountains of central pennsylvania and lake effect rain showers up here around buffalo. today's forecast, raw and cool up here in the deep chill as sandy pushes up into canada. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. today in new york city, about 56 degrees and partly cloudy. it will be a dry day. there's no rain in sight either. the good news for the power crews is they're going to have pretty much ideal conditions out there, low winds and no rain. of course, the next big forecast right around the corner, the election day forecast. i'll have that coming up. >>> very important. bill, thanks so much. just 120 hours to go before election day. governor romney continues on the stump while president obama campaigns in three states today. >>> also keeping an eye on recovering from sandy. >>> plus, tea party favorite and former presidential c
and continues rather to put away from us now spinning in canada, that remnant low and with it spinning back some cloud cover and some rain in certain spots, but for us we're mainly getting in on the clouds. that will continue throughout the day. we do see some very light showers on the border of frederick and carroll county. as we go into the afternoon i'll keep a slight chance in. we could be seeing sunshine out there as well. let's check out the temperatures right now because the big story, we are cold. chest peak beach at 40 and 45 degrees at spare row's point. >>> sandy ripped through new york and new jersey. it may be gone but it is going to take a lot of time to get back on their feet with so many people. we're going to show you some of the hardest hit areas. >> and people living in working in new york city they depend on public transportation to get around. sandy brought all of that to a complete spot. find out when spans assistance is back and running. 83 is nice and clear. i'll let you know how traffic is shaping up on 95 and 695 coming up next. >> and you are taking a live look at new
'm from canada. >> these volunteers have come from all over the world. they want to help tohoku. this ngo is making it possible. the group is called it's not just mud. today they are digging dirt. they have been asked by local people to make a memorial flower bed. the group is founded by jamie albanana. who was working as an english teacher in osaka and he quit his job and moved to ishinomaki. about 3,000 people in the city died there in the disaster. >> when i wanted to come, i couldn't find the information. for foreigners. i was with a lot of foreigners and none of them could speak japanese at all. so i was always translating for them, and speak to the homeowners or something, what do you want. i realized this is something i can do to kind of help foreigners. >> albana arrived soon after the disaster, but he found it hard to get information about what he could do to help the survivors. local governments were unprepared for volunteers who weren't japanese. he began talking directly with people who needed help. removing wreckage or clearing out mud from underneath houses. he responded to
are starting to ease in the northwest. however, central canada and the northern plains will be severely affected by the storm on thursday. as for the rest of the continent, then, tranquil weather will continue into thanksgiving day. some showers likely from the southern plains into the great lakes region on thursday. but it's not too severe. heavy snow showers on the cards for central canada. lots of sunshine for you in the southwest and temperatures will be relatively warm. 23 degrees expected in los angeles. 26 degrees in houston. 17 in chicago. that's about 10 degrees higher than seasonal. on the other hand, very chilly in winni peg. minus 5 expected. this blast of cold air continues to sag toward the southeast. chicago will get down to 4 degrees on your black friday. meanwhile, new york city, 13 on thursday. but we'll be cooling down to 7 degrees on saturday. that's it for me now. here's your extended forecast. >>> and that concludes this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. do stay with us. we'll be back with more of your updates at the top of the hour.
, central canada and the northern plains will be severely affected by the storm on thursday. as for the rest of the continent, then, tranquil weather will continue into thanksgiving day. some showers likely from the southern plains into the great lakes region on thursday. but it's not too severe. heavy snow showers on the cards for central canada. lots of sunshine for you in the southwest and temperatures will be relatively warm. 23 degrees expected in los angeles. 26 degrees in houston. 17 in chicago. that's about 10 degrees higher than seasonal. on the other hand, very chilly in winni peg. minus 5 expected. this blast of cold air continues to sag toward the southeast. chicago will get down to 4 degrees on your black friday. meanwhile, new york city, 13 on thursday. but we'll be cooling down to 7 degrees on saturday. that's it for me now. here's your extended forecast. >>> and that concludes this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. do stay with us. we'll be back with more of your updates at the top of the hour.
province. and a minivan blowing up led to the deaths of several afghan soldiers. in canada are in the city, at least three policemen were killed by a suicide bomberi suiciden kandahar. syrian president bashar al-assad again refused to be forced from power. he says he will live and die in syria. in an interview with russian tv the president vowed to stay in the country, saying he was not a puppet of the west. it comes just days after british prime minister david cameron suggested the syrian leader could be allowed safe passage out of the country if it would guarantee an end to the violence. as for the red cross, it says it is struggling to cope with the crisis in syria. the head of the international aid agency said the humanitarian and tuition in the country is only getting worse despite the scope of operation increasing. an unknown number of people not getting the aid that they need. the greek parliament has narrowly approved a new austerity measures to secure the next round of international bailout funds. it means more deeper cuts to pensions and tax rises -- a demonstration outside parli
due to this dome of high pressure that is just suppressing the cloud cover across much of canada down there throughout the united states. we do have a few storm systems moving onshore across the west coast. those are really the big topic for today going into friday and then eventually saturday as these continue to push onshore. they were bringing heavy rainfall, even gusty winds up to 50 kilometers per hour and some of the valleys here right near the coast lines this could be about 80 kilometer per hour winds expected. once you get through the funneling effect here and a little further inland you could be seeing heavy snow accumulating especially into the higher elevations. if you're a skier you're going to like this but driving is going to be dangerous. flights in and out of seattle, vancouver, down through san francisco do check these out ahead of time. this very well could be causing some airport delays and even cancellations possible. temperatures across much of the u.s. here though, chicago 10. up toward canada zero only for your high on your friday. and in the east coast tempera
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